There are a lot of things you can do in Manali- enjoying the sights of the Beas from Old Manali, visiting the beautiful temples and its therapeutic hot springs, driving to Solang Valley for Zorbing and Paragliding. Then there are the Tibetan monasteries,the Hadimba Temple, the Manu Temple, and the Pin Valley National Park for you to explore.
Explore Manali in Under Rs. 10,000
How to Reach Manali:
Buses for Manali run every day from Delhi. Try booking an HPTDC bus for a fair price.
Delhi ISBT (Inter State Bus Terminus)
Himachal Bhawan in Central Delhi.
Approximate Return Bus Fare:
Rs. 1600* (Non-AC recliner)
Rs. 2000* – 2500 (AC recliner)
Distance from Delhi: 530 km approximately (roughly 12 hours)
Where to Stay in Manali:
Hotel Vintage: it is located in close vicinity to some popular tourist attractions and near the banks of the Beas River. Hotel Vintage offers 25 neatly decorated rooms at reasonable rates.
Amenities: Restaurant | Play Area | TV | Telephone
Tariff: Rs. 1,700* per night
Hotel Silmog Garden: Situated amidst serene surroundings and at a walking distance from the popular Mall Road, Silmog Garden assures a luxurious stay to guests. This hotel is ideal for leisure travellers as it is located near to some popular attractions.
Amenities: Taxi Service | Internet | Car Parking | Laundry Services
Tariff: Rs. 1,900* per night
Snow Valley Resorts: Snow Valley is an enchanting hideaway surrounded by breathtaking snow-capped Himalayan Mountains and lush green pinewood forests in the picturesque town of Manali.
Amenities: Restaurant | Free Wi-Fi | Free Parking | Coffee Shop
Tariff: Rs. 3,000* per night
Things To Do in Manali:
Explore the Town on Foot: Manali is best discovered on foot. The bus will drop you right at the main Manali market from where you can take a half-an-hour walk up to Vashist or Old Manali with its exquisite roads, sweet little eateries and small tacky marketplaces.
Biking Across Manali: Bike rentals are available easily at sound rates. You can also get a good discount if you rent for two or more days. It’s the best way to explore the ambiances and the nearby Solang Valley.
Solang Valley: Roughly 14 kilometres from Manali, the drive up to Solang is scenic. Once you are there, try adventure activities or eat Chinese food from the local roadside shacks.
Tibetan Monasteries: Built by the Tibetans and other followers of Buddhism, the monasteries are a great place to witness the Buddhist culture. Popular monasteries include the GadhanThekchoking Gompa, ManaliGompa, and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa.
Foot: 200 Calories
Auto-rickshaw: Rs. 60*
Bike Rental: Rs 500* – Rs 800* per day. (A photo ID proof and a valid license is required for this.
Other Things To Do in Manali:
Shopping: Shop for turquoise jewellery, clothes, whacky t-shirts, Buddha heads, etc.
Explore a Nearby Destination: A Rs. 80* bus ride can get you to the paradises of Kasol and Manikaran. Or you can bike there too.
What’s it Going to Cost?
|Expenses||Cost for 3 Nights (per person)|
|Hotels||Rs. 3,000 (for one)|
|Return Transport||Rs. 3,000|
* All tariffs and costs are subject to change.